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Anyone Can Catch A Big Fish (Part I)

Launching SeaQuest at McMaster's Lake at Snake Den Hollow in Victoria. Early morning, a day full of promise, and eager fishermen ready to grab a boatload of crappie, bass, and channel cat.

Captain Tim, amiable guide and expert angler.

The lake was quite beautiful, as it was a coolish, foggy day. Bare dead trees sprang out of the lake which lent an air of other-world mystery and eeriness.

First catch of the day: you may have to click on the picture to see it.
More tomorrow...


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